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Brotzeit is a chain of german bistros in Singapore and i have visited the one at Raffles City a couple of times.
It's a high end bistro that serves german specialities and german beer plus a few international dishes.
The interior is very nice and stylish and laid back at the same time and the waiting staff is very attentive.
they have free wifi at the palce and i have stopped there when i was in Singapore for business so i could snack and check my email at the same time and the place is just excellent for that purpose.
Favorite Dish: Paulaner on tap is a sure succes.
Written Mar 18, 2013
Address: 252 North Bridge Road.
Phone: +65 6883 1534
A friend and I were just strolling after dinner when we chanced upon the then newly-opened Saint Marc Cafe in VivoCity. The cafe is bathed in warm hues and earth tones, mostly brown. Classy, modern and very much inviting.
There is a display rack by the entrance, showcasing the Japanese cafe's desserts (warm and cold) and few pastries. Of course, I got curious. Since my friend and I were up for dessert, I suggested we try one of those gorgeously prepared soft ice cream glasses, topped with fresh fruits, choco syrup and a minty leaf.
Boy are we surprised by the dessert! It's so good that it exceeded our expectations. We thought it would be just a simple vanilla soft ice cream and fruits but it's more! We loved it!
And it's one of the reasons why I brought my hubby to this place. And, like the first time I visited Saint Marc, my hubby loved it!
Favorite Dish: Their ice creams! I can't recall the names of the different flavours and, to be honest, I haven't really tried all of them. I believe I have tried most of them, enough for me to conclude that I love Saint Marc's ice cream sundaes.
They are not your usual sundae. Each tall glass gives you different flavours and textures. You have the soft ice cream, which is not too sweet, the fresh fruits (depending on what you order: strawberries, etc), jellies, choco syrup, soft cake at the bottom to balance the sweetness and crispy corn flakes, a good conclusion to the entire ice cream experience!
I have not tried the warm desserts yet. They have almost the same presentation as the ice creams but served in small bowls.
On my next visit, I shall try those. And their pastries and coffee, too!
Written Mar 7, 2013
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-108 VivoCity
Singapore is famous for its food. There are so many options predominately Chinese. The Wet Markets are a good option, where you can try Chinese, Malay, Indian and an array of Singaporean sweets washed down with bubble milk tea.
Written Jun 17, 2012
Typical cuisines are Chinese and Indian. If you’re a neighboring Asian visitor, you wouldn't have any problem with choices since rice is never missing anywhere. You could opt for a viand and rice in a bowl, or go with the noodles.
A kopitiam (that’s how they would call their coffee shops) is hardly a coffee shop. This is something what we Filipinos would like to call a Food Court here in the country. So then, when you head to a kopitiam, you don’t just go for coffee. Rather, you go for a meal.
Favorite Dish: For starters, try ordering a chicken rice meal.
Written May 2, 2012
Inle kitchen is a burmese restaurant that is located on North Bridge Road right across from the Peninsule Excelsior.
It´s down the basement of a mall and right next to many other food outlets.
I have been there a few times and i really like the food there.
The prices are very economical too for Singapore standards.
The past few years Singapore has seen an influx of burmese who come to work at the huge harbour they have in Singapore and now you start to see a few burmese restaurants popping up too.
The food at Inle kitchen is not too spicy and should be easy to eat for most and the beers they have are among the cheapest i have come across in Singapore.
The place seems to be popular with office workers from the area aswell as burmese migrant workers and the atmosphere is generally very casual and pleasant.
Written Apr 15, 2012
Address: 111 North Bridge Road.
Phone: +65 6333 5438
Carnivore is my favorite eating place in singapore.
It´s a brazilian restaurant located at Chijmes, right across the road from Raffles hotel and it´s a meat fest with very high quality food.
It´s a typical brazilian restaurant where the waiters bring in various types of meat all the time and you just pay one entry and then you can eat as much as you like all evening.
They have a very nice buffet there too where you can top it all up with things you like on the side next to the mountains of meat.
The service there is really good and friendly and the setting is perfect in a courtyard and the perfect place to treat yourself in singapore.
Written Apr 8, 2012
Address: 30 Victoria Street, #01-29A, CHIJMES
Phone: Tel: 6334 9332
The Pump room at Clark Quay is a really nice bistro with both indoor and outdoor seating.
What made me go there was that they brew their own beer in their little micro brewery and i was not dissapointed with what i got.
I had their regular pilsner and it was really nice and a very good alternative to your usual Tiger or Heineken and it was not more expensive than what i usually pay for a beer in Singapore.
The place is rather upscale and your typical businaess man kinda place during the daytime and a lively venue in the evening with loud music and a lively crowd.
For me the beer is what makes me come here and i will return again for some more of their tasty microbrew.
Favorite Dish: They have some of the best beer in Singapore.
Written Mar 22, 2012
Address: Clark Quay.
Ayam Penyet Ria is one of the best Indonesian restaurants that I've tried. I simply love the "ayam penyet" or smashed chicken, that I always order this whenever I make a trip there. It provides an authentic taste of Indonesia here in Singapore.
Favorite Dish: My all-time fave is the "ayam penyet" or the smashed chicken. It comes with rice, beancurd, soybean cake, some veggies that are really, really spicy. The chicken is tender, which is simply perfect with the dark sweet sauce, and the crispy bits simply add a texture in your mouth.
Updated Dec 8, 2011
Address: #01-45 Lucky Plaza, Orchard Road
We had an excellent lunch at Banana Leaf Apollo in Little India.
The Fish Curry was spiced to perfection, and the fish was filleted. Condiments provided were coconut shreds, sliced banana, chutneys of three kinds.
Our young Indian waiter was most helpful, explaining various items of the menu in excellent English. He recommended the Fish Curry.
There is a large selection of freshly squeezed fruit juices available, and my husband enjoyed an ice cold Kingfisher beer.
The restuarant is air-conditioned- a welcome.
For dessert, we had Kulfi. Now I consider myself to be a bit of an expert on Kulfi (which is a kind of traditional Indian ice-cream- only richer and creamier than usual ice-cream), and I have eaten Kulfi in many cities in India. However, the pistachio flavoured Kulfi we had at Banana Leaf Apollo has to rate as one of the best I have tasted to date. It was mouth-watering good.
The crockery and cutlery was spotless, and service pleasant and efficient.
Favorite Dish: The Kulfi (as described)
Updated Nov 29, 2011
Address: #01-32 Little India Arcade Little India
The restaurant name talks for itself.
Service is very good and price is really reasonable if you compare the same restaurant in London or Geneve.
If you like thai food that's the place to go
Favorite Dish: Pad Thai.....
Written Sep 4, 2011
Address: 14 TANGLIN MALL - 163 Tanglin Road
Phone: 6737 0818
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